Pak Court Allows PTI Founder Imran Khan To Have One-on-One Meeting With Lawyers

Imran Khan

The Islamabad High Court on Monday has allowed Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf founder Imran Khan to meet alone with his attorneys in the absence of jail security staff.

As per the details, the court dismissed the PTI founder’s motion after ordering the jail administration to let the lawyer see Imran Khan alone in accordance with the jail handbook.

The court mandated that Khan and his attorney might meet without the presence of the jail security staff and that they were permitted to bring pencils & paper into Adiala Jail.

Furthermore, the court also approved the plea seeking a meeting between former Prime Minister Imran Khan and his political advisors.
Adiala Jail was the venue of a previous meeting between PTI leader Omar Ayub Khan and party founder Imran Khan, who was imprisoned by an anti-terrorism court.

Later on, Omar Ayub asserted that he was prevented from meeting Imran Khan in Adiala Jail by the jail administration.

It is important to note that Imran Khan, the founder of the PTI, is currently being held in Adiala Jail on charges of Toshakhana, Cipher, and illegal nikah.

Following a no-confidence motion that resulted in his removal in April 2022, Imran Khan has been the target of several legal challenges.
In the meantime, the elections held on February 8 saw his party emerge as the largest group in the National Assembly.

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